Loretta M. (1932)
Surnames: WERNER MARETTE JANTSCH
----Sources: WEEKLY CLARION (Dorchester, Clark Co., WI) 06/17/1932
Werner, Loretta M. (15 JUN 1932)
(The micro-film copy of this marriage notice had the left portion cut off, so some letters and words are missing. I paraphrased or put ? where I could not decipher the words)
One of the prettiest June weddings was solemnized at the St. Louis Catholic Church Wednesday, June 15, 1932, when Miss Loretta M. Werner, daughter of Mrs. John Marette, became the bride of Mr. William Jantsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jantsch. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Paul Pitzenberger.
The bride was beautifully attired in an ankle length white satin and ? gown with a cap style veil and carried a bouquet of roses, lilies of the valley and snapdragons. Miss Hattie Jantsch, sister of the groom, served as maid of honor and wore a peach chiffon organdie gown with white hat and carried a bouquet of mixed flowers. Miss Estella Werner, sister of the bride, was the bridesmaid and wore a green georgette ivory gown with white hat and carried a similar bouquet. The groom and his attendants, Edward Werner, brother of the bride, and George Jantsch, nephew of the groom, wore the customary dark suits.
Immediately following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to the bridal party and about 50 guests at the home of the bride’s mother. The home was tastily decorated in green, white and peach in matching with the dresses of the bride and her maids. The day was spent having wedding pictures taken and receiving guests at the bride’s home. In the late afternoon the happy couple left for a two week’s honeymoon around the Great Lakes. They will be at home to their many friends after July 15th in the upper flat of the Marette home.
Neither of these two young folks need an introduction to our readers; they are well known and well liked. Miss Loretta graduated from Dorchester High School in 1927 (acutally 1928) and since that time has been employed here and at Milwaukee. For the past several years "Bill" has been the mail carrier on Route No. 1.
The Clarion joins with the many friends of the newlyweds in wishing them a wealth of happiness, joy and prosperity in their journey through the years together.
Out of town guests present for the ceremony were Mrs. and Mrs. Gills and family, Athens, Miss Hattie Jantsch of Minneapolis and Regina Sauer of Medford.
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